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Category: Computing

Little Dude Could be My Favorite USB Hub Ever

Little Dude Could be My Favorite USB Hub Ever
There’s something that’s just right about this USB hub. The little guy strikes a near-perfect balance between design, simplicity and functionality (although that’s the one place it falls a little short). Kikkerland’s USB Hub Man has…
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Video of the Day: Trs-80 Dancing Demon

Video of the Day: Trs-80 Dancing Demon
Here’s a blast from the past that I stumbled upon earlier today. I don’t know why I found it so entertaining, but I guess it just reminded me of when I was just a geektot. There’s…
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Digital Recycle Bin Saves Deleted Files

Digital Recycle Bin Saves Deleted Files
Currently just a conceptual design, the TEMPO is an external storage device that’s designed to prevent you from losing files you accidentally delete. The clever thing about it is that it actually looks like a little…
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Dectop: a Basic Server for Under $100

Dectop: a Basic Server for Under $100
Need a second computer to run some basic tasks like hosting a website or a file server? Want to spend less than one big bill on it? Then look no further than this compact system from…
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Mr. Hopkinson’s Computer: if Stephen Hawking Could Sing

Mr. Hopkinson’s Computer: if Stephen Hawking Could Sing
Text-to-speech software meets alternative music with this strangely compelling computer which has been programmed to sing. Mr. Hopkinson’s Computer sings covers of everything from Radiohead to Portishead to The Stone Roses in his computerized drone. In…
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Luxeed LED Rainbow Keyboard: Disco on Your Desk

Luxeed LED Rainbow Keyboard: Disco on Your Desk
Is that drab old monochromatic keyboard getting you down? This keyboard from Korea’s Luxeed features color changing LEDs under each and every key. While it can certainly be used to produce seizure-inducing displays of blinking color,…
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Aluminum iMacs Announced by Apple

Aluminum iMacs Announced by Apple
As expected, Apple today took the wraps off their new iMac models, and boy do they look slick. The new models will come in 20-inch and 24-inch versions, and will offer all of the capabilities that…
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Classic Cars Get USB Treatment

Classic Cars Get USB Treatment
Etsy shop Dummberry is cranking out these fun USB flash memory sticks using little toy cars to hold in the drives. San Diego artist Becky G. and her husband are currently offering a handful of retro…
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Mouse + Calculator = Mouse-U-Lator?

Mouse + Calculator = Mouse-U-Lator?
Here’s a combo gadget that seems like a pretty good idea on paper, but I don’t know how practical it really is. This USB device from Lexibook mixes an optical mouse, a calculator and a numeric…
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How Does My Laptop Smell?

How Does My Laptop Smell?
The answer to that question is not “with it’s nose.” Instead, it smells like roses or peppermints thanks to this weird new USB device. As if smelly colognes and incense weren’t bad enough, now we have…
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Plusdeck Ex: USB Audio Conversion Powerhouse

Plusdeck Ex: USB Audio Conversion Powerhouse
This compact device sits alongside your computer, and turns it into a serious analog audio conversion system. Simply connect BTO’s plusdeck EX to your computer’s USB port, and you can take all your old cassette tapes…
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Phoebus Gives Your 3g Card Pyramid Power

Phoebus Gives Your 3g Card Pyramid Power
If you’re fortunate enough to live in an area that has 3G mobile phone coverage, you can now share your high-speed data access with more than one computer, thanks to this handy device. Top Global’s pyramid-shaped…
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Big Eye Webcam Not Messing Around

Big Eye Webcam Not Messing Around
This new webcam has a huge lens that lets you zoom in on tour subjects from far away. While they don’t say what the zoom ratio is, it’s clear that the telephoto lens increases the range…
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Square One Personal Internet Server: Host Yourself

Square One Personal Internet Server: Host Yourself
Given all the recent challenges I’ve been having with my hosting environment, maybe it’s time for me to pick up one of these puppies. It’s a compact computer that’s totally ready to go for you to…
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The Original iPhone and Other Lost Apple Designs

The Original iPhone and Other Lost Apple Designs
Back in the early 1980’s, industrial designer Hartmut Esslinger of frog design fame was cranking out machines for a young little tech company called Apple Computer. As a matter of fact, he was the man behind…
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Mac Mini Swallowed by Old G4 Cube

Mac Mini Swallowed by Old G4 Cube
Have an old Macintosh G4 Cube computer lying around? Why not transform it into an enclosure for a modern Mac Mini? Like the abandoned shell of a hermit crab, Mac enthusiast Rich Willis removed the innards…
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